Edison High School running back Kaleaph Carter needs to gain 99 yards against Servite to establish himself as the Chargers' career rushing leader when they meet the host Friars at 7:30 tonight in Anaheim's Glover Stadium.
Kerwin Bell, The Times' Back of the Year in 1979, rushed for 2,226 yards and 26 touchdowns in 14 games to lead Edison to the Big Five Conference title in 1979 after he transferred from St. Francis.
Carter, a three-year starter, has rushed for 2,128 yards and 23 touchdowns in 26 games. Carter enjoyed the best game of his career last week, gaining 177 yards in a 29-27 loss to Capistrano Valley.
Edison (0-2) has never lost three consecutive games in a season since the school opened in 1969, but the Chargers could have trouble moving the ball against the Friar defense, which is led by linebacker Mike Petko.